CRUCIFIED BARBARA: New Single, Album Announced

Swedish all-female rock/metal band CRUCIFIED BARBARA will release a new single, "Sex Action", on October 15 via GMR Music. The group's second full-length album, "Til Death Do Us Party" will follow on November 19, 2008. The CD was produced by Mats Levén, who is better known as the vocalist for such acts as THERION, YNGWIE MALMSTEEN, KRUX, TREAT, AT VANCE and ABSTRAKT ALGEBRA.

CRUCIFIED BARBARA, which is currently on the road in the UK as the support act for BACKYARD BABIES, in 2006 released a special edition of its "In Distortion We Trust" (2005) album via GMR Music, featuring a bonus DVD containing 40 minutes of live footage and backstage material filmed during the previous year.

CRUCIFIED BARBARA supported "In Distortion We Trust" by touring Europe extensively. The band has opened for MOTÖRHEAD in the UK, and SEPULTURA and IN FLAMES in Scandinavia.

CRUCIFIED BARBARA's video for the song "Losing the Game" can be viewed below.


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